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Some of what you will get in the Eclectic Horseman Magazine

Make the Most of a Moment

We arrived in Ogden for the Great Basin Buckaroo Gathering on Thursday night about 5pm. Truck unloaded and Sydney and Jill were setting up...

Stay on the Centerline

With Scott Grosskopf This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.67 I’ve had a lot of folks ask me, "Why does my horse start to...

TaylorMade Horsemanship

Written by Tom Moates “It’s a unique learning experience,” says horsemanship clinician, Mindy Bower, about the joint venture between Melanie Smith Taylor and her called...

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Horsemanship Skills

Pyramid of Training For the Everyday Horseman – Part 3

Written by Terry Church This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.43 Previously, Part II in this series of articles presented some ideas pertaining to...

For Visual Learners

Build Your Confidence

Handle the Feet; Be Friends With Your Shoer

With Bryan Neubert “I learned this the hard way. A lot of times in the winter I start colts, when there isn’t much to do with...

How Groundwork Relates to Riding

Written by Mindy Bower Editor’s Note: In the series that ran in several issues Mindy Bower discussed how groundwork relates to riding. This first piece...

Taking a Different Approach; Sorting It Out With Joe Wolter

Written by Patti Hudson Photos by Eric Sines This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.71 I had just finished shoeing my horse, and was unkinking...

Backing a Serpentine

With Mindy Bower A backed serpentine should look just like a forward serpentine: a series of half circles connected by straight lines when changing...

THE HORSEMAN'S GAZETTE - A DVD COMPANION

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